How to find, join and leave discussion lists and other discussion groups
about outdoor research, education, recreation, training, development, therapy, wilderness, etc.
Find your community and help it grow and thrive!
|1) Click a list below to open a web page or create an email.||2)
If joining by email, check that the correct 'join command' appears in
of your email ...
(Leave the subject line blank)
|3) ... and add what's needed (see below)||4)
Send your email.
(Don't add thanks or 'sigfiles') Need help? - see below.
|Discussion List Name||Joining message (if applicable)||Further Information||Country|
|Association for Experiential Education||Join
or leave the AEE List
AEE List Archives
|Camp Research||The camp research discussion list is no more, but you can learn about camp research at the (ex) list moderator's new website. The knowledge base is available in pdf files or as a free CD (text, slides and audio).||USA|
|CEEPS: Canadian Experiential Education Practitioners Symposium||Go
to join this moderated list.
|CEEPS formed in 2002. First conference was in 2003. The only annual Experiential Education conference in Canada.||Canada|
a blank email to:
|The Forum for Diversity in Outdoor Leadership is intended to serve those committed to diversity education and affirmative action through outdoor leadership and experiential education.||International|
|Environmental Education Research||JOIN ENV-ED-RESEARCH||add your name||Archives
subscription options: digest, index and unsubscribe
|Visit the EEEurope website
Or open an email to join the Experiential Education Europe mailing list for news of the next annual conference.
Follow instructions on the right.
add your name on the same line
followed by QUIT on the next line
Oddie wants to join.
He opens the email, leaves the subject line blank & enters this 2 line message:
SUBSCRIBE EEEUROPE ED ODDIE
|The Experiential Learning Exchange||If the link on the left does not work then go to linkedin and search groups for "The Experiential Learning Exchange"||Go to the group page at linkedin and find the 'join' button||International|
|Experiential-CPD||Enter your email address at the list page. Experiential-CPD is a calendar of Continuing Professional Development events in or close to UK.||The list is generated from this Calendar of Outdoor and Experiential-CPD events||UK-centric|
an email to:
International Community of experiential and outdoor educators.
To subscribe, send a friendly request to Sandra Hernandez
(This list is the exception - your email is read by a person not a robot.)
|Outdoor Curriculum||Outdoor Curriculum has been closed but members can still view the archives.||You will find more
activity in the
IOL Higher Education Group
an email to:
|SUBSCRIBE OUTDOOR-ED||add your name||List Owner Archives Unsubscribe||Australia|
|Outdoor Education Professionals||Go to linkedin and search groups for 'Outdoor Education Professionals'||Go to the group page at linkedin and find the 'join' button||International|
an email to:
|JOIN OUTRES||add your name||Archives
digest, index and unsubscribe
Peace-Ed Discussion List
|about how experiential education can be used to develop and promote peace.||This is a Topica list. Start here||International|
|Scisco was online from 1999-2000 It is now closed but you can view the archives which includes 'Can the Mountains Speak for Themselves', 'Facile-itation?' and 'Experience Sampling'||International|
|Society of Park & Recreation Educators||SPRE is committed to providing a forum for interaction among recreation and park scholars, and for disseminating information about matters related to educational issues in the parks, recreation and leisure field.||How to join SPREnet||USA|
Wilderness Orientation List (WILDORNT) closed in April 2002. See these
resource pages by Rick Curtis:
Outdoor Action Guide to Wilderness Orientation Programs
Wilderness Orientation Program Resources
the WILDORNT archives: 1992-2002
more outdoor discussion lists see:
James Neill's list of lists of discussion lists (!) on these topics:
|The Institute for Outdoor Learning (IOL) offers these Special Interest Groups (SIGs)|
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